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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • converted once again, in the further process of digestion, into sugar.
    • And we need sugar. So you see, we get the sugar we need from the
    • there must be more exertion still, because sugar has to be derived
    • transforming carbohydrates into starch and starch into sugar, I become
    • strong. Precisely through the fact that I permeate myself with sugar
    • forms starch and sugar in the healthiest possible way. Actually, the
    • starch and sugar.
    • starch and the starch into sugar: that requires inner heat.
    • potatoes in your head, you get sugar. The conversion takes place as I
    • You see, that is the difference between fats and sugar or minerals.
    • The human being still takes his salt and his sugar from nature. He has
    • to derive the sugar from the potato and the rye and so on, but there
    • he gets carbohydrates, he would never be able to form sugar by
    • himself. And if he could not form sugar, he would be a weakling
    • forever. So be grateful for the sugar, gentlemen! Because you are
    • peoples. There are certain peoples who consume very little sugar or
    • foodstuffs that produce sugar. These peoples have weak physical
    • form sugar, and they are strong.
  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • different situation. The sugar illness, diabetes, shows that a person
    • lump of sugar! That's something that must be regarded in the right
    • way. For a child who jumps up on his chair to sneak a lump of sugar
    • fact that he must sneak a bit of sugar, is a sign that his liver is
    • not in order. Only those children sneak sugar who have something wrong
    • with their livers — it is then actually cured by the sugar. The
    • others are not interested in sugar; they ignore it. Naturally, such a
    • Father or Mother not be looking, so that I can take that sugar: then

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